1-5 were recorded on Fyfield Down, 23/06/07, a few hours after some of this was recorded.
6-12 were recorded at Wayland's Smithy the next day, mostly in the chambers at the front of the longbarrow (the voices you can here being random visitors).
13-16 were recorded atop Dragon Hill a couple of hours later, just before the heavy rains came in (causing severe flooding in parts of the country), on the spot where, legend has it, St. George slayed the Dragon (White Horse of Uffington).
"Betsy Bell and Mary Grey" is a traditional Scottish dirge I've speeded up and cheered up a bit. "Lothlorien" is the tune my friend Helen composed for the Tolkien poem to be set to. You can hear me saying "Sorry Helen!" at the end, as this version's a bit rough.